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[Political program. Kennedy presidential campaign. Speech, and question and answer period following speech, of Senator John F. Kennedy, Greater Houston Ministerial Association, Rice Hotel, Houston, Texas, Monday evening, September 12, 1960--excerpts. Second half of question and answer session]

Kennedy answers questions on his role in the Poling incident (in which he declined to represent the Catholic Church in an interfaith chapel's dedication ceremony), and his anticipated response, should the Catholic Church attempt to direct him in the political arena. B.E. Howard quotes from the Catholic Encyclopedia and the official Vatican newspaper, then asks Kennedy if he subscribes to the doctrine of mental reservation or submits to the authority of the Pope. Howard then asks if Kennedy subscribes to Pope John XXIII's recent statement that the Catholic hierarchy has the right and duty to guide Catholics. Kennedy is asked if he is bound by three things denounced in Pope Leo XIX's Solace of Errors: separation of church and state, freedom of religions other than Catholic to propagate themselves, and the freedom of conscience. Kennedy answers and makes closing remarks.

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  • "Kennedy's speech addressing the Catholic issue, preceded by most of the introductory remarks and followed by excerpts from the question and answer period which followed the speech. Kennedy is queried on his ability to meet in a Protestant church, his role in the Poling incident (in which he declined to represent the Catholic Church in an interfaith chapel's dedication ceremony), right-to-work laws in the Democratic Party platform, the persecution of Protestant missionaries in Catholic countries, and a resolution requesting that Cardinal Cushing present his statement on the separation of church and state to the Vatican."
  • "Kennedy's speech addressing the Catholic issue, preceded by most of the introductory remarks and followed by excerpts from the question and answer period which followed the speech. Kennedy is queried on his ability to meet in a Protestant church, his role in the Poling incident (in which he declined to represent the Catholic Church in an interfaith chapel's dedication ceremony), the persecution of Protestant missionaries in Catholic countries, a resolution requesting that Cardinal Cushing present Kennedy's remarks to the Vatican for approval, and finally, what Kennedy's response would be, should the Catholic Church attempt to direct him in the political arena."
  • "Kennedy answers questions on his role in the Poling incident (in which he declined to represent the Catholic Church in an interfaith chapel's dedication ceremony), and his anticipated response, should the Catholic Church attempt to direct him in the political arena. B.E. Howard quotes from the Catholic Encyclopedia and the official Vatican newspaper, then asks Kennedy if he subscribes to the doctrine of mental reservation or submits to the authority of the Pope. Howard then asks if Kennedy subscribes to Pope John XXIII's recent statement that the Catholic hierarchy has the right and duty to guide Catholics. Kennedy is asked if he is bound by three things denounced in Pope Leo XIX's Solace of Errors: separation of church and state, freedom of religions other than Catholic to propagate themselves, and the freedom of conscience. Kennedy answers and makes closing remarks."@en
  • "Kennedy's speech addressing the Catholic issue, preceded by most of the introductory remarks and followed by excerpts from the question and answer period which followed the speech. Kennedy is queried on his ability to meet in a Protestant church, his role in the Poling incident (in which he declined to represent the Catholic Church in an interfaith chapel's dedication ceremony), and whether he would endorse a resolution requesting that Cardinal Cushing present his statement on the separation of church and state to the Vatican. Lastly, Kennedy is asked if he is bound by three things denounced in Pope Leo XIX's Solace of errors: separation of church and state, freedom of religions other than Catholic to propagate themselves, and the freedom of conscience. Kennedy answers and makes closing remarks."

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  • "Special event coverage and commentary"@en
  • "Special event coverage and commentary"
  • "UCLA preservation"

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  • "[Political program. Kennedy presidential campaign. Speech, and question and answer period following speech, of Senator John F. Kennedy, Greater Houston Ministerial Association, Rice Hotel, Houston, Texas, Monday evening, September 12, 1960]"
  • "[Political program. Kennedy presidential campaign. Speech, and question and answer period following speech, of Senator John F. Kennedy, Greater Houston Ministerial Association, Rice Hotel, Houston, Texas, Monday evening, September 12, 1960--excerpts. Second half of question and answer session]"@en